Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 15th Aug 2006 18:12 UTC
Features, Office OpenOffice.org has hit back at claims that the alternative office applications suite is riddled with security holes. Researchers at the French Ministry of Defense say that OpenOffice is subject to security weaknesses that make it at least as susceptible to computer viruses as the commercial, more widely used, Microsoft Office.
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RE[4]: friggin obvious
by MattK on Wed 16th Aug 2006 16:17 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: friggin obvious"
MattK
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2005-11-14

Also. Users will get used to clicking 'OK' for every document they open at work. Do you really think most users actually read those warning dialogs? I doubt it very much.

This is the same old MS way of increasing *percieved* security by making the user jump through more hoops. Trust me, those 'security' dialogs will be invisible to 99% of users in no time.

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